If you don’t like brownies, this one isn’t for you. This is literally brownies on brownies on brownies. On brownies.
Let me explain. International Delight has some new flavors from Coldstone Creamery. This already sounds good, right? I got to try out Founder’s Favorite, which they describe as a Brownie Sundae flavor. It tastes like chocolate and caramel – not a bad way to start the day if you use it in your coffee. But of course I couldn’t stop there.
Since the flavor is inspired by ice cream, I took it full circle and used it to make ice cream. So, ice cream flavored with an ice cream flavored creamer. Uh, never mind. All you need to know is this ice cream not only tastes like a brownie, it’s filled with chewy brownie bits. It doesn’t get better than that, plus it’s really easy to make! I recommend using these very fudgy brownies, but you can use store bought to make it even more simple.
Before I tell you how to make the Ultimate Brownie Sundaes, I’ve got good news – International Delight is hosting a Pin to Win sweepstakes to fund the Ultimate Ice Cream Social at your house this summer! Get the full rules here and visit their Pinterest board by August 15th to enter.
Ready to throw your Ultimate Ice Cream Social? You’ll definitely need these the Ultimate Brownie Sundaes. Here’s how to make ‘em:
1. Make the simple ice cream recipe at the bottom of this post. Place a brownie (or 2) in your bowl and top it with a generous scoop of brownie ice cream.
2. Drizzle some chocolate and caramel syrup on top.
3. Top with some whipped cream and more syrups. If you want to go really crazy, you could add some crumbled brownie on top…or another full brownie. I won’t judge you
- Store bought or homemade brownies
- Brownie ice cream:
- 1/2 cup unsweetened cocoa
- 1/3 cup sugar
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1/2 cup International Delight Founder’s Favorite
- 2 cups whipping cream
- Whisk together cocoa, sugar, and salt in a large bowl.
- Add International Delight and whipping cream and whisk until cocoa and sugar are dissolved.
- Pour into ice cream maker and follow manufacturer’s instructions.
- Meanwhile, cut brownies into squares. Chop a few into smaller pieces until you have 1/2 cup of small brownie bites. Put brownie bites into a plastic bag and place in freezer.
- When the ice cream maker is almost done, add in frozen brownie bites and let them get mixed in.
- Transfer finished ice cream into an air-tight container and place in freezer until ready to enjoy.
- Serve on top of a brownie and with whipped cream, chocolate sauce and caramel sauce for the ultimate brownie sundae.
Love ice cream + coffee? This summer, International Delight is bringing your favorite Cold Stone Creamery ice cream flavors to coffee and they’re celebrating by giving away five $400 grand prizes to throw this summer’s ultimate Ice Cream Social! To enter, visit the ID + Ice Cream Pinterest board and pin your favorite image using the #IScream4ID hashtag. Good luck!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of International Delight. The opinions and text are all mine.